Hopalong Hollow....

Hopalong Hollow, where the Blueberries grow sweet, and the moss feels soft beneath your feet.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Things are really growing around here


 
It's only been 2 months since we took this video.
Look at them now...




39 comments:

  1. Liam and Keats are growing leaps and bounds! What a GREAT video Jeri! My question is.... How long will they be lap dogs? teee
    Love the photos of you and them together.. I can see the love.

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    1. Penny, In one month,I will be sitting in their laps!

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  2. Lovely ! Oh prettty babies ! They are tall now, but allways lovely !
    I love animals, they are wonderful.
    Nice wednesday Jeri !

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  3. Aren't they lovely. What lucky dogs they are to live with and be loved by you. Deb

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  4. Dear Jeri,

    What sweet pups you have! May they grow to serve and protect, as their breed is known for doing. :)

    Love,

    Marqueta

    p.s. Your French hen post was tres amusee.

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  5. Jeri, I can't believe they are that big already. Can't wait to see them full grown.

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  6. Yes we do live our dogs. Our 85 lb black lab believes he's a lap dog too!

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  7. It's what I love the most about giant breed dogs.....they don't know they are. They will forever think your lap is the same size it was when they first met you. Our Saints would back up to our laps and sit with their front paws down on the floor and their back legs in our laps. So funny and dear. Lucky you and they. Oma Linda

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  8. wOW !!! That is fast growing.I can't remember the name of your type of dogs,but I do know they get huge.They are very beautiful.
    Till next time,
    Marie Antoinette

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    1. Great Pyrennes is the breed, we got them to protect our waterfowl and chickens... but I am not sure they know that, yet.

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  9. That last photo is so wonderful. The look on the dog's face is so full of love and bliss.

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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  10. What a wonderful, heartwarming photograph of you both!

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  11. AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

    I am so late, but loving every moment of this bliss! Oh Jeri Landers, you love creatures like I do! THE BIGGER and FLUFFIER, the better to squish and squeeze without doing any harm! teehehehee

    These white giants are just precious,like you. AND did you ever find out what kind of bird laid those eggs? Anita

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  12. Oh my! They're huge! Wait, how big are they supposed to get? Such pretty dogs!

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  13. Dearest Jeri ~ I can't believe how big they've grown in just two months. I love the pictures with you. That last one is priceless, as the love is so evident.

    Love and hugs to you ~ FlowerLady

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  14. It looks like those feelings are very mutual - that last photo is precious :)

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  15. Oh my goodness, I don't know who is happier - you or the sweet doggie in the last photo. Which one are you holding? Those two are just about the cutest dogs I've ever seen! Tell me, do they still have puppy breath, even at their huge size? I love puppy breath.

    Love from Diane in North Carolina

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    1. NO MORE PUPPY BREATH,shucks. I am holding Liam, he is a bit bigger than Keats.

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  16. They certainly have grown, and they are beautiful!

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  17. They are GORGEOUS!!!! Love, love em!!
    Looks like they are "Squeezably soft" !! :))))

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    1. Melody, Their fur is so silky, it is pure pleasure to pet them!

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  18. ADORABLE!!! And you look just radiant and lovely. So nice to see your happiness.

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  19. Those pups are absolutely awesome. I hope they make it into one of your future books. I can't imagine all the stories you can write about them and their antics!
    Thanks for sharing all your beautiful gardens and critters. Have a blessed day.

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  20. They are at a stage where trouble follows them around all day. I have to keep a close eye on them, (they are supposed to be Guardians for our waterfowl and chickens), but their rough play really frightens the ducks, causing them to scatter, and the pups think It's time for tag!

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  21. Two BIG balls of fluff, they are so cute !
    They didn't stay tiny for very long, you must be feeding them extremely well :)
    ~Jo

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  22. You all look so happy :) and beautiful ... all three off you!

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  23. They are … gorgeous!
    Beautiful, fluffy love.

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  24. Jeri - what a wonderful video and oh my gosh how they have grown. I don't know how you are holding them they are so big. How could you not love them! Thanks for making me smile today.

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  25. Beautiful pictures, Jeri! The last one captures the love between your and your dog beautifully! It says "a thousand words".

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  26. That last photo just melts my heart Jeri. It's so wonderful!! Always leave smiling when I come and visit with you in the hollow.
    Hugs!

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  27. I WANT TO SQUEEZE THEM! Give 'em an extra one for me! And I see Michelle and the bunnies are here! HI MICHELLE!

    Jeri Landers....you came over to have a spot of tea with Carlos the rabbit on Rabbit Hill! OH YOU AND ME BOTH...we have tales to tell about all the renos we've done, don't we? Isn't it a blast to make things with your own hands? Ruben made all the wooden shutters, gates, overhands; we both planted every shrub, laid every stone. He opened up the wall for my studio, etc.....

    Our lives are the tools we use to build the world around us. Let's make it a GREAT PLACE to live! Hugs dear Jeri! Anita

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  28. Hello Jeri , i am so very happy to meet with you in your beautiful blog .
    I love the pictures with those two sweet friends .
    Yes , my granddaughter is a true blessing in my life .
    Children are amazing I have been a kindergarten teacher for a very long time
    and now I do not have to work anymore !
    Just enjoy my four wonderful children and my two daughters-in-law and this grandchild .
    All has come together now in being a grandmother .
    My space and place is wonderful now .
    I will follow you from now !
    Happy sunday from Holland for you .

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  29. Good morning Jeri,
    Came back around to watch that video, one more time, and so glad I did.. Is that not a new photo with the two of them with you?
    Enjoy your day.

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  30. Right here next to sweet Penny....

    Jeri! I am going wild for all of this CUTENESS!!! :)))
    Those are gorgeous photos with you and "the babies"... :)
    What fun!
    Enjoy, sweet friend....and please give them a tight hug from me...
    Much love,
    - Irina

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  31. They are growing so fast. Such sweet pups.
    My blog address has changed to:
    http://lonadawn7.blogspot.com/

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  32. Oh, Jeri, what I wouldn't give to be your neighbor!!! I am planning to bike to a friend's garden to paint the lovely iris this evening and wish you could come along. We are kindred spirits indeed and I believe you are likely wishing every day had 48 hours, as I do.

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